Bullhead City Sales Tax Increase Question (March 2013)
If approved, this measure would have authorized the City of Bullhead to increase its general sales tax by 1% from 2% to 3% in order to fund the construction and renovation and improvement of various city facilities.
|Bullhead Sales Tax Question|
Election results from Mohave County March 12, 2013 election results.
Text of measure
Language on the ballot:
This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.
|“|| Shall the general city sales tax rate be increased from two to three percent, as identified by City Resolution No. 2013R-1, for a period of three years beginning June 1, 2013 though June 30, 2016, for the sole purpose of funding the renewal, renovation, re-construction or construciton of the following necessary infrastructure improvement projects in descending order of priority: Animal Control Shelter; Bullhead Parkway; Lakeside Drive; Landon Drive; Arroyo Vista Drive; Senior Center and Senior Nutrition Center Parking Lots; Marina Boulevard; Rotary Park Skate Park; and Rotary Park Little League Fourplex; and if there are excess revenues they will be applied to any of the following projects by the City Council after public hearing: Gary Keith Park; Bullhead Community Park Public Safety Boat Storage Facility; McCormick Boulevard; Rotary Park Seawalls; Bullhead Community Pool Rehabilitation and Expansion; and Bullhead Area Transit Terminal and Maintenance Facility?
A YES vote will increase the general city sales tax rate by one percent for three years with the increase allocated only to specified infrastructure projects.
A NO vote will leave the city sales tax unchanged.